Photojournalist Ross Taylor spent months documenting community trauma and healing in Boulder after the 2021 King Soopers mass shooting. Taylor shares more about his project, “Boulder Strong: Still Strong, Remembering March 22,” which is on display at the Museum of Boulder now through April 10.
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Microsoft Corporate Vice President of Commercial Partner Gavriella Schuster and Moms Demand Action Founder Shannon Watts will deliver keynote addresses at CU Boulder's 73rd Conference on World Affairs April 5–11.
Students Demand Action at CU Boulder hosted a rally March 29, beginning with a CU moment of silence, on the steps of Norlin Library to honor victims and provide a bridge between students and the larger community.
Grief, anger, powerlessness and worry––in a tragic event, all of these emotions are valid and some may feel all of them over time, says Sona Dimidjian, director of the Renée Crown Wellness Institute. Learn more.
Students Demand Action at CU Boulder will host a rally at 2:30 p.m. Monday, March 29, on the steps of Norlin Library to honor the victims of the recent shooting in Boulder and provide a bridge between students and the larger community.